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The San Francisco housing crisis has gotten so bad that these landlords are evicting an 87-year-old Holocaust survivor so they can make more money
Musiy Rishin fled the Ukraine as the Nazis were invading during World War II. He's lived in his Alameda, California apartment for 17 years.
San Francisco is one of the wealthiest and most expensive cities in America, thanks to its booming tech industry and proximity to Silicon Valley.
Americans think they need more than $2 million to be considered wealthy, but that’s nothing compared to what residents in San Francisco say
Americans think it takes an average of $2.3 million to be wealthy, but those in San Francisco think it takes nearly twice that amount.
A group of people paid $2.25 an hour to work at a makeshift ‘office’ in a San Francisco parking space, and it shows just how expensive and...
In San Francisco, people are paying $2.25 an hour to work in a parking space called WePark, created by Victor Pontis.
The meal-kit maker expects the service to be profitable and complement its subscription business.
San Jose is considering a plan to build a floating apartment complex for homeless residents.
San Francisco’s new public trains are clean, spacious and surprisingly quiet — here’s what it’s like to ride one
Many of the Bay Area Rapid Transit trains currently in use have been around since the 1970s.
Tech CEOs in San Francisco are paying up to $10 million to throw ragers when their companies go public — and they’re going all out with ic...
Several start-ups in San Francisco are expected to go public in 2019 — and tech CEOs are preparing with IPO parties that cost more than $10 million.
San Francisco could be home to thousands of new millionaires by the end of 2019, and it’s sparking a ‘housing madness’ in the alread...
If Bay Area tech start-ups like Pinterest and Uber go public in 2019, San Francisco could see a massive increase in millionaires — and housing prices.
This tech worker says he lived in his startup’s office for a year because he couldn’t afford rent in the San Francisco Bay Area
A tech worker says he lived in his San Francisco startup's offices for a full year because nearby rent was too expensive.